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While the Massachusetts House passed a bill that included sports betting, it will most likely fall short unless legislators agree to extend the session.
Despite a slowdown in sales due to the coronavirus pandemic, the MA Lottery had its third-best revenue total in the 2020 fiscal year, with over $5.25 billion.
After a back and forth spring, MA sports betting legalization could once again be a possibility this year in the latest move out of Boston.
For now, sports bettors in Rhode Island have to enter a casino to register for a mobile sports betting account, but that could change with new legislation.
Although capped at 25% capacity, MA casinos see a steady stream of patrons since reopening, and thousands of employees are back to work.
A second round of MGM investment gives BetMGM new working capital, which might be used to lobby for the legalization of sports betting in Massachusetts.
After months of closure, Massachusetts casinos reopen their doors with new COVID-19 safety protocols in place, including reduced capacity.
The New England Patriots’ signing of Cam Newton has given DraftKings cause to adjust many of its lines for the upcoming NFL season.
Massachusetts casinos could reopen by mid-July, but expect changes like plexiglass at table games and not carrying alcohol throughout the property.